Last month, Facebook’s traffic #s showed that it became the 4th largest website in the US sneaking past Aol. Not surprising. What’s is that Aol still has those types of atmospheric numbers. via TechCrunch
Back in the mid-90s, I really thought that AOL (America Online) couldn’t keep competing against the tidalwave of new ISPs that were offering Internet connectivity for much less, not to mention without the horrible bandwidth-sucking AOL application in an age of dial-up modems. I was quite wrong. Relatively few knew about those ‘other’ ISPs and… Continue reading The beginning of the end? AOL to go its own way Dec 9
Image via CrunchBase ComScore shows Yahoo Mail is still the world’s leader in e-mail services, but the bad news (for Yahoo) is that Google’s Gmail is the fastest growing service. Hotmail is still #2, and AOL just slipped to #4 after Gmail who leapfrogged them to go to #3. Four years ago when we sized… Continue reading Yahoo! Mail still #1, but for how much longer?